NC DOT and NC DIT joining forces to optimize NC's IT

In 2015, the NC General Assembly passed a law requiring the Department of Information Technology to manage most of the “enterprise information technology functions” in the executive branch. In this way, legislators were following a nationwide IT consolidation trend. Ohio, Oklahoma, New York, Michigan, Louisiana, Minnesota, Texas, West Virginia and many other states have completed or are working on IT consolidation initiatives.

In North Carolina, the Department of Information Technology believes the General Assembly’s directive is an opportunity to optimize the state’s IT resources, to improve IT procurement and services statewide, and to continue to build DIT as the first and foremost resource for information technology in North Carolina.

State CIO Eric Boyette and his leadership team are happy to welcome you to DIT, the newest state government department in North Carolina. We are ready to work with you in finding new and better ways to serve the Department of Transportation and the entire state. We know, however, that it is likely you have some questions and concerns as you move from DOT to DIT. We are committed to making your transition as easy and painless as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

Important HR information for DOT IT staff (pdf)

Do you have more questions? Contact DIT's HR Optimization Team at

FAQ for DOT employees joining DIT

FAQ for NC DOT customers who depend on DOT IT services

FAQ for NC DIT employees

Questions? Contact DIT Human Resources

Veronica Watson

Human Resources Technician

(919) 754-6396


Lorrie Goldsmith

Optimization Analyst

(919) 754-6606

Questions? Contact the DIT Finance Office

Trevor Minor

Chief Financial Officer

(919) 754-6521

Sharon Marsalis

Budget Manager

(919) 754-6214

Judy King

Accounting Manager

(919) 754-6549